I feel like I'm on my computer constantly, poring through hundreds of feeds and stories daily, spanning the globe to bring you the constant variety of legal blogs and information you deserve. But I definitely miss a lot of things that everyone else seems to know about -- the type of things where I can only scratch my head and say, "Really?!? They have that? Never heard of it." Today's thing I never knew existed: Lawyer ads on Craigslist While reading the Simple Justice blog today (it must have been an old post as I know I wrote a fond "Farewell to 'Simple Justice' and Scott Greenfield" post back in February 2012 when Simple Justice shut down), I saw two references to young lawyers who tried placing free ads on Craigslist but ultimately rejected this business development tactic as undignified. "I don't care if it resulted in a client or two," said Jordan Rushie on his Philly Law Blog. "It's where people go to find hookers and meet people with weird fetishes. Do you really want to advertise professional services there?" Matt Brown adds on his Tempe Criminal Defense blog that he, too, has rejected using Craiglist ads mostly because...

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